1929 Ford Roadster, Hot Rod, Henry Ford Steel, Frame Off Restoration(no fiberglass), rebuilt 3 years ago from the ground up (parts are either new or rebuilt), NO rust anywhere, paint is very nice but NOT show quality.
This Roadster was built in California by pro builder Jordan Graham as a period correct 50s-60s era hot rod. He was contracted by Dupli-Color to build the car for their "Paint Shop Restoration Series" and when the car was completed, it was featured at SEMA 2012. This car was build the old school way using all old or NOS parts only.
Body: real 29 Ford, 32 Ford Grill, Chopped 5" old windshield, stainless posts, 35 Ford dash with glove box, 50 Pontiac tail lights, 28 fluted Model A headlights with integrated running lights
Frame: Dropped 34 Ford axle and split 34 Ford wishbones, Bilstein shocks and steering stabilizer, 40 Ford spindles, F1 steering box ans shock mounts, 9" Ford rear and with ladder bars and mono leaf
Drivetrain: 1969 "010" 4 bolt main small block built by NHRA legend Bob Joehnck in Santa Barbara CA, steel crank, 10:1 Keith Black pistons, Duntov 30-30 cm, roller rockers, decked block, puts out 439 HP and 452 lb tq, running a Progressive 3x2 intake and carb setup, very reliable and quick + stays at 175 degrees all day long, backed by a vintage B&M TH350 3 speed automatic transmission, period 16" wheels with Ford V8 caps and brand new bias ply tires
Interior: vintage side panels and pleated 60s bucket seats, spoon gas pedal, deadman switch, 15 gallon aluminum gas tank with electric fuel pump
This car is the real deal and not hacked up, not a glass replica. It is real Henry Ford steel with a black plate!